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's become the amazing story of what happened here ithis remarkable courtroom in the heart of america. the fight here to uphold truth, find justice and perhaps undo a drdful lie. >> i don't want to die knowing that i did the wrong thing. >> reporter: this is the dreamer. his name is chuck erickson. >> i couldn't remember that night. >> reporter: and this the subject, or should we say, casualty of his dream. his name is ryan ferguson. perhaps you've heard about his story. we've told it right here on "dateline." but what's happened since, what's happened changes everything. you can see it in motion here at this rarest of legal happening. as our tortured dreamer relis the bizarre tale that began that strange, dark, confusing night. >> i couldn't remember going home. i couldn't remember leaving the club. >> reporter: the club. yes. that's where it all began. so puzzling. the events of that night back in 2001. a rare full moon on halloween, a college town, columbia, missouri, ryan ferguson and chuck erickson both at 17 considerably underage had gained entry to a college bar, a hangout name
of america will hold off on implementing the new fees until late next year. >>> we're back in a moment with the barrier breaking women proving they're every bit as tough as the guys. >>> retire the colors. ♪ >> thousands turned out today at naval station norfolk in virginia to see the world's first nuclear powered aircraft carrier officially retire from active duty. the "uss enterprise" is one of the most decorated ships in the history of the navy, serving in every major conflict since the cuban missile crisis back in '62. >>> this week the aclu filed a federal lawsuit to lift the ban on women in combat in the u.s. military. while women are permitted to fly fighter jets and attack helicopters, pentagon policy prohibits female soldiers and marines from serving in direct ground combat roles. but as u.s. military leaders struggle over how to bring women into ground combat training, two young women soldiers have already proven they've got what it takes. we get their story tonight from our chief pentagon correspondent jim miklaszewski. >> come on, man. >> reporter: it's grueling, downrigh
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